Due to the winter storm, worship and all morning activities are cancelled for Sunday, Jan. 13. Please stay safe.
Due to the winter storm all services and activities are cancelled today, Sunday, January 13. Stay safe and warm. Check on your neighbors. Choose love.
by Lee Hull Moses __ I’m not much for sentimental farewells, but I do love a good list, so in honor of our ten years together, here are ten things you’ve done that have made our decade together such a joy. 1. You laughed a lot. In worship, in meetings, over meals. You enjoy being together,… Read More →
“Arise, shine, for your light has come…” January worship begins with this bold proclamation from the prophet Isaiah and the story of the magi who follow the star to Bethlehem in Matthew’s gospel. After the darkness of Advent, the light of Epiphany guides us into a new season and a new year. Throughout January, we’ll… Read More →
by Lee Hull Moses– “Haphazard by starlight.” The phrase comes from a poem called “BC:AD” by U.A. Fanthorpe, which we’ve read on Christmas Eve in years past. I love the last stanza: And this was the moment/ When a few farm workers and three /Members of an obscure Persian sect /Walked haphazard by starlight straight /Into… Read More →
The choir music and the string quartet in worship last Sunday reminded me how important music is in this season of Advent. A couple of years ago, also inspired by our choir, I wrote this reflection; it seems like a good week to share part of it again. The way Luke tells the story makes… Read More →
We will collect the Christmas Special Offering December 16 and 23. Your gift to the Christmas offering supports the work of the North Carolina Region. This video highlights the ministry of our region. Thank you for giving to support the work of the North Carolina Region. You can send gifts to the church, marked “Christmas… Read More →
by Lee Hull Moses — The 12+ inches of snow we got last weekend have thrown everybody for a loop around here. It’s Wednesday morning, and we’re still a long way from being back to normal. Cars are moving on Market Street past the church, but the side streets are icy, and who knows when… Read More →
Dear Friends, This time of year we celebrate the many blessings in our lives. We are thankful for our family, friends and the support our church gives us throughout the year. It has been our tradition to recognize the service of our church staff at Christmastime with a monetary gift to show our appreciation for… Read More →
by Lee Hull Moses — In Sunday’s sermon, I mentioned the spacecraft that landed on Mars last week after hurtling through 300 million miles of space for six months. Can you imagine the anticipation the scientists felt, after years of planning and months of watching and waiting? And it turns out the waiting isn’t really… Read More →